About Polyurethanes

Polyurethanes, like all plastic materials, are polymers. They exist in various forms and can be tailored to be either rigid or flexible and each form of polyurethane has many uses. Polyurethanes are made by reacting diisocyanates (MDI and/or TDI) with a range of polyols.

Polyurethanes are used in a wide variety of applications to create an ever growing range of consumer and industrial products that play a crucial role in making people’s lives more convenient, comfortable and environmentally friendly. Because of its wide-ranging benefits, the industry is constantly coming up with new ways of using polyurethanes, so the list of applications is always growing as polyurethanes continue to replace more traditional materials. Common polyurethanes applications include:

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